For many students in Communication Studies, scholarships make their success at K-State possible. Last year we graduated a record number 33 undergraduate and 8 graduate students in Communication Studies.
We return to Nichols Hall for the 2014-2015 academic term to work with more than 150 majors and graduate students. Our ability to continue providing a first-class education to a diverse student body hinges on scholarship support.
The Communication Studies program at K-State prepares graduate students for highly successful careers. We excel in preparing students for careers in research and teaching. Several graduates of the program have contributed greatly to the communication field. Below are profiles of three recent K-State alums who are exemplars of the Communication Studies graduate program.
To better prepare students to use their communication skills beyond college, the Department of Communication Studies offers a wide array of learning experiences that occur outside the formal classroom that include internships, research projects and study abroad programs. Additionally, students can participate in one of the three nationally ranked academic competition teams housed by the Communication Studies Department. The K-State Debate, Forensics and Mock Trial teams all earned national acclaim for outstanding performances during the 2013-2014 season.